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administration owes us a big answer. >> the rob is not everybody agrees as hard as it is for us to believe. the evidence is in the circumstantial, they were his bite marks on her body. the evidence is strong. but the mexican government and there are a lot of people in the international community that are saying, look, we don't think he got a fair trial and there could be u.s. citizens at risk abroad if you don't follow the policy of the treaty. >>guest: see, this is why it is a political issue and not a legal issue and that is why i am outraged. he would not play politics with the death of another kind of person, it had to be a girl and is sex crime. look, here is the issue. we do have a treaty with mexico. but if there was a country where we shouldn't be overly concerned about respecting the treaty rules, it is mexico. they have, in the few years ago, a report was done by the justice department saying mexico is out of line, disrespectful of treaty responsibilities with the united states when it comes to our citizens having legal issues and dilemmas in mexico. what are we doing? why with t
savings, those are probably phony but here the important thing, no tax increases this is a big development in this budget story. [ talking over each other ] >> neil: you are making the assumption that there isn't an add-oncoming. you are right, the deal itself, [ talking over each other ] >> neil: don't jump the again. more than a trillion coming out of the wars. republicans have factored in that math as well. do you think given your point of view, that others will jump onboard of as the best thing out there? >> i think this is the basis for a deal. we have to jiggle the numbers, you are right. a lot of numbers in reid's budget proposal are phony. i think it is significant. weeks ago, harry reid put forward a budget with two trillion of tax increases, now he's at zero, that's a big deal. >> neil: we've been mentioning the markets and how they've held on. is that because they are factoring in a deal at the last minute or that they are okay, no matter what happens? >> i think the market has come to the perception we will have a deal. i think we are going to get a deal within 48 hours of augu
is not involved in the shut down talks this year not playing big role here. and people are getting jealous that the president is meeting with john boehner and on republican side a lot of the tea party guys are not trusting john boehner, they are skeptical that he is going to blink and both the left and the right are so entrenched here and i don't know how someone is not going to be badly politically damaged with whatever tell they come up with and, again, why see the votes at this time. how do they get there? john boehner has called this a rubic's cube. it is difficult to get a solution. >>neil: but they are aware of the deadlines and this is the day that the administration argued you had to get the agreement in place so you could avoid the august 2nd potential default and by that we just mean that you hit up against the limit and it doesn't mean that a downgrade, per se, or that we go and solve it, there is a higher risk of that. we will play that out. we hit that deadline, if we break that deadline, how soon before you think the credit rating answers react? >>guest: they have been aggres
. is this a big worry? and now, my guest is joining me. can we get the unemployment rate by low 9 percent if gas is close to four bucks a gallon? >>guest: it will be tough. it makes it more expensive to business to run business when it comes to shipping businesses and the industrial machine of the united states, and, really, the global industrial machine so that is, really, tough, and a balancing act they have been trying to play and obama has been trying to play and they are not successful. >>stuart: is gas prices the mover to slowing the committee down? >>guest: there are so many movers, it is just one of the of -- movers and if you look at our economy, the unemployment is a big factor and housing, although we have better numbers they are not where they need to be, and there are a ton of factors but it does not help because the hard gins shrink and you can only subsidize the higher gas prices so long and they are passed on to the business owner and the consumer. >>stuart: this wasn't supposed to happen. we released oil from the strategic petroleum reserve and we are supposed to drive oil price
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